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Seven injured in 'suspected terrorist' stabbings in Sweden

Seven injured in 'suspected terrorist' stabbings in Sweden

Swedish police are investigating a possible terror incident after a man stabbed and injured at least seven people in the city of Vetlanda.

Female doctor killed in eastern Afghanistan after murder of media workers

Female doctor killed in eastern Afghanistan after murder of media workers

A female doctor was killed in a bomb blast in the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad in what appeared to be another targeted hit, officials said Thursday, just days after three women media workers were gunned down in the area.

Efficacy data for India's own Covid-19 vaccine could boost public acceptance

Efficacy data for India's own Covid-19 vaccine could boost public acceptance

Indian doctors and politicians on Thursday welcomed efficacy data for a state-backed coronavirus vaccine that was given emergency approval in January without the completion of a late-stage trial ...

US House passes police reforms, voting rights bill

US House passes police reforms, voting rights bill

A sweeping police reform package that bans choke holds and combats racial profiling cleared the US House of Representatives Wednesday, five days before the trial of a white officer charged with murdering African-American George Floyd.

SpaceX rocket explodes on ground after seemingly successful flight

SpaceX rocket explodes on ground after seemingly successful flight

Third time's a charm? Not so for SpaceX, whose unmanned rocket exploded on the ground Wednesday after carrying out what had seemed to be a successful flight and landing -- fresh on the heels of two fiery crashes.

Myanmar protesters back out on streets after bloodiest day since coup

Myanmar protesters back out on streets after bloodiest day since coup

Myanmar pro-democracy activists were back out on the streets on Thursday to demonstrate against military rule a day after the United Nations said 38 people had been killed in the most violent day of unrest since last month's coup.

Sudan receives first batch of Covid-19 vaccines

Sudan receives first batch of Covid-19 vaccines

Sudan received its first coronavirus vaccines yesterday and will begin inoculation of frontline medical staff next week, health officials said.

Pakistan PM to seek trust vote after Senate setback

Pakistan PM to seek trust vote after Senate setback

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan will seek a vote of confidence from parliament after Hafeez Shaikh, the government’s finance minister, lost a high-profile Senate seat election to former prime minister Yousaf Raza Gilani yesterday.

US police warn of new militant plot to ‘breach’ Capitol

US police warn of new militant plot to ‘breach’ Capitol

Police said yesterday they have bolstered security in Washington after intelligence uncovered a “possible plot to breach the Capitol” on March 4, a day that holds significance for conspiracy-believing supporters of former president Donald Trump.

38 killed as Myanmar security forces fire: UN

38 killed as Myanmar security forces fire: UN

United Nations special envoy on Myanmar, Christine Schraner Burgener, said 38 people had been killed in the southeast Asian nation yesterday.

Thousands demand India's top judge quit over rape remarks

Thousands demand India's top judge quit over rape remarks

India's top judge was facing calls to resign on Wednesday after telling an accused rapist to marry his schoolgirl victim to avoid jail.

Ten people killed in plane crash in South Sudan

Ten people killed in plane crash in South Sudan

Ten people, including the two pilots, died when a plane crashed Tuesday at an airstrip in South Sudan's Jonglei state, the region's governor said.

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